mars. NASA ARE TALKING ABOUT SELLING LAND ON MARS ,would you buy?

@ESKARENA1 (18299)
December 5, 2006 1:24pm CST
Would you buy land on mars even if you knew you will never see it and man may not land there for the next half century?
7 responses
@harshadod (858)
• India
5 Dec 06
I will buy, but I need to afford it. It is a promising thing. We may not benefit but our grandchildren may thank us.
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
5 Dec 06
what a great idea, leave it to the grandkids thanx for your comment
@rebeka (364)
• Romania
15 Dec 06
about that man that raiped the boy...they should sent them on mars...:)
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
15 Dec 06
yes i soooooo agree wouldnt that be a good use of it
@polachicago (19073)
• United States
7 Dec 06
I would only if is cheap....
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
7 Dec 06
i have heard 200$ a slice, is that cheap?
• India
7 Dec 06
mars,living in others planet is some thing a good experience,I like some adventures in my life, so i will sure get a land if im able.
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
7 Dec 06
thanx for your answer, good for you
• United States
6 Dec 06
Mars - mars
Not unless I can build! And I hear the neighborhoods aren't the best! Dang martians! lol
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
6 Dec 06
lol very good point, i can imagine problems with suveyers and costings, mortgages and finance lol
@lucalucky (1840)
• Italy
6 Dec 06
No, I think is a bit stupid. Maybe a big company can buy it. Do you know the laws about selling land there? or just the laws to become an owner? Why NASA can try to sell that? Only because they suppose to be the first one over there? It's enough send on Mars a robot to be the first legal owner of Mars?
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
6 Dec 06
it is very stupid all of it, how does anyone own another planet ?
@Asylum (48215)
• Manchester, England
6 Dec 06
It would not be of any interest to me, but I have every confidence that it will sell very well. The same argument applies to land on the moon, and I know several people that have already purchased their little share of the moon. What amazes me is that NASA feel that they have the rights to sell parts of either the moon or Mars. How can NASA claim ownership? If China, Russia or Britain make the same claim, then how could they settle the argument?
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
6 Dec 06
wow what a great comment, you get best answer i had not thought of that thankyou